I hope everyone has a wonderful time at the Fall Festival this week. Many parents have spent time to ensure all the children will have a spooky and treat filled evening! The Student Council Haunted House is sure to be a success again this year and there will be treats for sale in the cafeteria for those parents who need a little break from the games in the gym.
At the QSI Directors meeting this year we have been discussing the International Child Protection and Counseling program that QSI is developing in association with AAIE and the US State Department. QSI has a handbook that each school will modify and update according to the specific laws of the country in which they are located. The handbook will be reviewed by the MSA Health and Safety Committee at QSIT and staff will be in-serviced on the procedures and processes. We will be communicating the information in this handbook to all parents as we modify and update.
Again, enjoy the Fall Festival!
Karin Noll Director
A chance to stop for a moment and recognize all of the
outstanding accomplishments around us!
Statement of Purpose WHO we are, WHAT we do, WHY we do it
QSI International School of Tbilisi, an open and connected community of students, parents, and staff, prepares life-long learners to contribute to the global society by ensuring academic and social excellence through a world class educational program. Our engaging learning environment offers students unique opportunities to develop their talents and skills in preparation for real world success.
QSI Upcoming Events and Activities:
October 27 - Fall Festival (6:30PM-8:30PM)
November 4 - Subject Tests
November 9-12 - CEESE MS/HS Cross Country (Tbilisi)
16-18 November - SRAA Volleyball and Soccer (Baku)